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Opera’s Max Data-Savings App Now Comes Pre-Installed On Phones From 14 OEMs

Opera today announced that its Opera Max data-management app is now integrated into phones from 14 OEMs. These include previously announced partners like Samsung and Xiaomi, as well as three newly announced partners: Acer, Hisense and TWZ. Thanks to these partnerships, Opera now believes its Max software will be on more than 100 million Android phones by 2017. Opera Max essentially ... Read More »

Keeping pace with Qualcomm, Samsung debuts new Exynos 8 Octo chip

Just days after Qualcomm unveiled its high-end Snapdragon 820 chip for phones and tablets, Samsung has an answer with the Exynos 8 Octo. The company on Thursday announced its new super chip which has a few firsts for Samsung. Instead of using standard ARM processor cores, this is the first Exynos chip that Samsung has modified; exactly the same approach ... Read More »

Researchers show how to remotely listen to, record calls from Samsung Galaxy phones

Own a Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge or Note 4? A determined, knowledgeable hacker could intercept your voice calls to listen in or even record conversations. A pair of researchers demonstrated exactly that scenario this week at the Mobile Pwn2Own competition in Tokyo, reports The Register. The issue appears to be with Samsung’s baseband chip in the handsets, which allow ... Read More »

Slew Of New Virtual Reality Titles Available Alongside Samsung Gear VR

As we reported earlier, you can now pre-order your Samsung Gear VR. It’s a device that’s going to unlock virtual reality for a lot of consumers, even though it requires a Samsung phone to drive it. Along with the announcement of pre-order for a ridiculously low $99, a bunch of games are hitting the scene to support its launch. Land’s ... Read More »

Bold prediction: Samsung leaves the smartphone market by 2020

The smartphone landscape has inarguably changed over the past eight years. And it might be changing again right now; enough that one analyst suggests that Samsung will abandon the smartphone market within the next five years. On the Tech.pinions site, Ben Bajaran is making this prediction in no uncertain terms. He makes some valid points, with the main one being ... Read More »

The $100 Samsung Gear VR Can Now Be Pre-Ordered

The second generation of the Samsung Gear will only cost $100 and can now be pre-ordered from Best Buy. This is the device that could make or break virtual reality. Like the previous version, with the Gear VR, virtual reality is served up by a Galaxy phone that’s strapped to the front of the unit. Because of this configuration, there ... Read More »

​Why Samsung, Xiaomi plus 12 Android smartphone brands are shipping with Opera Max

Samsung is among 14 smartphone makers lining up to ship with Opera Max, which is designed to make data savings. Image: Samsung Norwegian browser maker Opera has struck agreements with 14 Android smartphone makers including Samsung and Xiaomi to embed its data-saving Opera Max app on new devices. Opera now expects its Max app will have shipped with 100 million ... Read More »

TiVo Sues Samsung For Patent Infringement

TiVo is preparing to launch a next-generation device reportedly called “Bolt,” which may replace the current Roamio models which have recently seen their prices slashed. But TiVo hardware sales and their accompanying subscriptions aren’t the company’s only source of revenue. TiVo announced yesterday its intentions to return to court in order to enforce its IP. This time around, TiVo is suing ... Read More »

Windows 10 chase: Now Samsung unveils 4K display ATIV Book 9 Pro and new 2-in-1

The Samsung ATIV Book 9 Spin. Image: Samsung Samsung has taken the wraps of two new Windows 10 laptops, introducing the ATIV Book 9 Pro, its first 4K display notebook, and the new two-in-one Ativ Book 9 Spin. The two laptops are the newest members of Samsung’s high-end and premium-priced Ativ Book 9 family, with both set to go on ... Read More »

Apple Wins Again In Ongoing Patent Litigation With Samsung

A federal appeals court on Thursday ruled Samsung should have been barred from retailing products that infringe on Apple’s patents. Apple had been denied an injunction against Samsung by a lower court in May 2014. A jury ordered Samsung to pay Apple $120 million for violating patents for the iPhone’s slide-to-unlock, autocorrect and data detection features. The U.S. Court of Appeals for ... Read More »

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